02. Trucker's Choice
03. Kamaole Sands >
04. Hot Air Balloon (1) >
05. Confrontation (2) >
06. Svenghali (3) >
07. Aquatic Ape (4)
09. Reactor >
10. Humuhumunukunukuapua'a (2) >
11. Kamaole Sands
12. Digital Buddah >
13. Cyclone >
14. Digital Buddah
15. Bazaar Escape >
17. Mulberry's Dream
(3) w/ Save the Robots fakeout/teases
(4) Ending only
Collection DiscoBiscuitsBand/Artist Disco BiscuitsDate April 26, 2013Venue Boulder TheaterLocation Boulder, COSource MBHO KA500HN (DIN)/MBP603A's > Oade Concert Mod Edirol R-44Lineage R-44 (USB) > Wavelab 6 (Normalize/Dither/Resample) > CD Wave > Trader's Little Helper (Flac-Level 6)Taped by Harrison KeijzerTransferred by Harrison Keijzer
April 10, 2015
Quality '13 Biscuits
2013 & 2014 have in my mind taken a different turn for this band. It feels like they stopped trying to plan so much and to be a ‘certain way’ at certain times and are now rather just getting back to the basics; raw, simple, aggressive and truly passionate jamming. Also, they are referring to their older catalogue a lot more (probably getting feedback that ‘Donde’ is what what fans want to see every 3rd show).
These newer shows can certainly miss, and sometimes there are terribly rough patches surrounded by greatness on both sides. However, this show is one of the first of this new feel, and is very successfully executed.
August 5, 2013
First Set Segue: Great Energy
Kamaole Sands ---> Hot Air Balloon ---> Confrontation ---> Svenghali ---> Aquatic Ape was awesome! Great energy and Playing! Hope someone posts sets and nights from Camp Bisco!
April 30, 2013
HeadStash :: Boulder Theater Friday Night Bisco
I attended all three nights including the garbage Red Rocks show, and I will say this is most definitely one of the best setlists written and performed in the past 4-5 years (since 2007). Anyone who loves bisco 1.0 and 2.0 should indulge.
First and Second Set were executed beautifully.
The Reactor > Humuhumunukunukuapua'a is seriously epic jam construction.
DEFINITELY A 5 star show.
April 29, 2013
Pleasantly adventurous and interesting
For a post Mega Biscuits show, this is a 5 easily.
But it makes sense that 3 years later they seem to have finally recovered.
Hard to tell if they practiced a lot or if they just hit the stage with a somewhat challenging setlist and got inspired by it. I'm guessing they practiced and that lead to feeling comfortable enough to throw some segues in there that required them to find a point B between points A and C.
I'm going 5. People give them out for no reason, but taken on balance with the last 20 or so shows I've heard from them, it's a standout for the era.